The Main is a new nine-story, 112-unit apartment building at Chicago Avenue and Main Street in Evanston. It has a saw-toothed wall of glass and is next to a CTA Purple Line station.
The Colorful Story Behind the Windows: Stone Real Estate Partners with Arts of Life In our industry, leasing banners are just what you do. It’s standard. When you’re trying to lease retail space in a building, you put a few leasing banners in the windows that might have a nice pattern or bright color on […]
French brasserie to open in financial district as part of plaza redesign.
Retail rents in the Clybourn Corridor rose in 2016, demonstrating the area’s strength even amid increased vacancy and new developments in the works.
Nicollet Mall has seen plenty of exits in the past year or so, but a big, beer-focused restaurant is coming to one of the street’s newest buildings.
The State of the Chicago Retail Market! In episode 5, Phil gets the state of the Chicago Retail market from one of Chicago’s premiere retail brokers, David Stone of Stone Real Estate Corporation.
David discusses the recent soaring rents in the North Michigan Avenue riverfront area, the challenges and advantages of leasing a unique building such as the Merchandise Mart, and provides trends and forecasts of where this City is going and what both tenants and landlords are looking for in current economic conditions.
Almost five years after buying the financially distressed Block 37 and then building the Loop’s largest apartment tower in decades atop the shopping mall, CIM Group is drawing up a real estate development that could make an even larger impact on Chicago’s skyline.
With more retailers pouring into the Loop in 2015, vacancy reached its lowest level in at least 14 years. Overall vacancy fell to 9.9 percent last year, the lowest point since Stone Real Estate began compiling a Loop report in 2002, according to the Chicago-based retail brokerage. Vacancy the past two years was 10.8 percent, […]
Retail’s Torrid Romance With Chicago Like a tempestuous relationship—or the Coachella Astronaut that creeped on unsuspecting hispters last weekend— Chicago’s retail recovery is inspired, uneven, and unpredictable. On April 22, we’ll be holding a special Retail Summit to find out where it’ll surface next. Bisnow Chicago office head Jonathan Hobfoll snapped this pic and can […]
Loop retail vacancies drop to lowest in at least 12 years By: Micah Maidenberg Retailers kept gobbling up space in the Loop last year, pushing the neighborhood’s retail vacancy rate to its lowest level in at least 12 years. The retail vacancy rate in the Loop dropped to 10.8 percent at the end of 2013, from […]